Cholesterol – What you need to know! Part 3

Now, what causes the increase of HDLs – the “good” cleaners of the arterial plaque caused by LDLs?

Increasing the HDLs will ensure that you have never again a problem with High Blood Cholesterol!

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Cholesterol – What you need to know! Part 2

Part 2

What is scientifically known to increases LDLs – the “Low Density Lipoproteins” that stick like glue to the arterial walls, narrowing and hardening the blood vessels?

These are the “bad guys”! You want to avoid anything that causes them to increase…

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Cholesterol – What you need to know! Part 1

There is a lot of talk about cholesterol and that it is either bad or good for us and so on and so forth….

As there seems to be a lot of confusion regarding cholesterol, lets summarize the most important facts about cholesterol and what you can do to get healthy and well soon.

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Obesity Pains & Solutions – Part 2

Made for Moving

Also, the majority of sedentary people do not seem to comprehend that our wonderful body is meant to move. We are physically designed to be active. We live in a highly adaptive organism (our body) that is constantly striving to change and accommodate for physical stress we place upon it.

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Obesity Pains & Solutions – Part 1

The majority of people with BMIs 30+ suffer from their being obese. Their pains are physical, mental and emotional.

The physical pains are obvious, they include the full range of medically proven reasons for coronary artery disease (CAD) such as high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, high fasting glucose levels as well as joint and bone pain, breathlessness, chronic exhaustion and many others.

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From Fat guy to Hot guy in 12 easy Steps!

From Fat guy to Hot guy in 12 easy Steps!

When I browse through “b4” pictures, I am amazed…How could this happen so fast? How could this be so painless? It was actually easy…Who would ever believe that losing over 72 lbs (33 kg) in 8 months could be easy…

I don`t really recognize myself anymore on these “old” pictures.
Mind you, these pictures aren`t actually so old…

Just over a year ago, I was at a wobbly 240+ pounds (110+ kg) at a height of 5.83 feet (1.78 cm). My pants size was 46 and the pants were getting tighter. My Body Mass Index (BMI) – as I found out later – indicated that I was at Obesity Level II. And I was even gaining! Continue reading

Obesity Worldwide & The New Normal

The number of people who are classified overweight to morbidly obese is increasing at an alarming rate worldwide. Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States are among the countries where almost 2 out of 3 people are overweight. And 30% of the overweight population are in the obese categories.

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